Skip to main content

About your Search

20131202
20131210
Search Results 0 to 22 of about 23
22 million >> reporter: see new technology to connect with customers and and why. coming up >> reporter: and low blow that's legal in the nba. . >> pam: and coming this thursday at 9pm gary sits down with warriors guard stephen curry for the premiere of sports night.it's a brand new show featuring lively debate and big time interviews. check out our facebook page at sports night live for more. >> pam: and "like us" for a chance to win a 2-thousand dollar home theater system. >> pam: brick and mortar businesses are looking to technology. to help them know their customers, as they walk in the door. >>the idea is to track customer buying habits. just like amazon and the other big online shopping sites already do. kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate met with one local, small business trying out a new, high tech system. >> reporter: they are doing something really cool by implementing new technology to connect with customers and an entirely new way. >> reporter: immediately the act recommends trees that they may like on their past purchases and offered discounts or special build cu
that a california woman was ticketed while wearing the new technology. cecilia abadie pleaded not guilty in traffic court. now her case heads to trial. steve fiorina explains why the google glass user believes the law is on her side. >> reporter:it's difficult to tell if the google glass is actually operating. >>it's exactly like now; the device is physically on but it's not active and the screen is off. if i do this or this, the screen lights up. >>we tried to do a point of view shot. not easily shown on television; it's like seeing ghost writing in the corner of your line of sight. cecilia abadie was wearing the google glass when pulled over for speeding at i-15 near aero drive in late speeding and driving with a monitor visible to the driver. >> reporter:she's fighting both tickets. >>miss abadie was driving; according to here she was not watching the google glass, although she did have it on her face. >>our defense is she wasn't driving with it on but it did come on after she was contacted by the officer. >> reporter:she's one of the first in the country to test the google glass, which won't be
technology to connect with customers in an entirely new way. there mobile app will greet people with an alert on their phone as they walk in the store. and then immediately the app recommends treats they may like based on their past purchases and offers discounts or special deals customized to the user. markets with index the company who developed a system that kato is testing out. >>: we integrate index right into here. we also integrate into the cato app that we developed which they lost and is available. with that integration and the app the consumer can come and, we greet them with a local message. the campbells personalized recommendations and then they just enter their password rides on a point of sale. it's like we lock them into the physical store. the fun part of shopping is all about discovery we want to bring that back to the shopping experience. they were first known for cupcakes but now they have done up muffins' ice cream cakes for the summoning great products. we really recognize the customer for what they've done in the past. we reward them every time they come back and the st
some really cool new technology to show you. it's a combination of r=2=d=2 and robo=cop this is "k=5" a new crime fighting robot being developed here in silicon valley. gabe slate tech report >> reporter:i got to see k=5 in person up close and i got to say this is really exciting i think this robot could help cut down on crime in this country here's a look at what k=5 can do. >> look for and think on you to twitter or esther graeme beckham be of suspicious or concerned with tickle the data and create a real time that we're could be any alleged to have been issued. and start looking at overall analysis of the situation. >> reporter: it will not arrest people but passed along the information to local authorities and others. their lives during that period they will live the straiw live stream, >> reporter: by all the talk now technology that we have and to a solution to fix a problem it's energizing. >> reporter: is right next year in public being tested. kate slate kron 4 news. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i sw
and mapping technologies. it took them three days to do this. they had to capture 16 hours of dance footage. after they can't talk then about one balsa hours. it really is something special, one of those only in sampras's call type shows. it is 3-d but she did not need that. in person is radical. this play is set every half hour. it'll go through december 31st. it is a real unique attraction in is free. >> gabe slate, kron 4 news. >> still ahead on of the kron4 news. a new ipad assessor read that is now nothing to kid about what you are saying about the gadget and your children. >> why a world war two veteran was denied a seat on a plane is back to pearl harbor. >> we are live in the freeze as zone where americans are struggling through an ice storm. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the important part is that you're happy now.
francisco ballet dancers as part of the light spectacular. san francisco bay creative technology studio conceived and created nutcracker under the dome using the latest interjection mapping technology. it took three days of filming up with 60 ballet dancers to capture 16 hours of dance footage for the six minute show. the team of obscured digital clock in over 1000 hours of post-production and animation to transform the raw footage which was captured in slow motion at 90 frames per second. it's really special grid is one of those only in san francisco kind of shows. it's 3d but you don't need glasses for it in person, it's really cool. my video camera can quite capture related imagery i was seeing. this magical experience plays every half hour starting at 5:00 p.m. nightly now through december 31st. these unique attractions-attractions will get you in the holiday spirit and its free. >>anny: it's free. i love the nutcracker pripet watching gas prices this morning. as the average price for a gallon of regular gasoline is up three cents. according to triple a fuel gauge, the national aver
of move to roll out nearly 100,000 tablets will rank among the largest rollout of tablet technology and private sectors. the tablets have a 7 in. screen and larger and most telephones. customers and apple bees and a chili sauce, will continue to order their meals a built waiter or waitress. >> a reminder to join kron4 for the seventh annual tree lighting hosted by vornado realty trust. it is happening to modify p.m. at 555 california st. in san francisco. grammy nominated singer carly rae jepsen will perform an honorarium shares carry an and ronni lott along with 49ers marcus lattimore and alex boone will light the tree. >> we will be right back. get on board for better sleep. it's sleep train's interest-free for 3 event! get 3 years interest-free financing on beautyrest black, stearns & foster, serta icomfort, even tempur-pedic. plus, get free delivery and sleep train's 100-day low price guarantee. you'll never find an interest rate lower than sleep train's interest-free for 3 event, on now! superior service, best selection, lowest price, guaranteed! ♪ sleep train ♪ your ticket
's technology that's good for the sheep and b-a-ad for the wolves. and bad for the wolves. >> "green eggs and ham." "cat in the hat." "one fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish." bring back memories? we'll find out when we return. we'll find out when we return. i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america... and to the republic for which it stands... one nation, under god... indivisible, with liberty... and justice for all. our disabled veterans pledged to sacrifice life and limb to ensure our way of life. now, they deserve our support. find out how you can help disabled veterans in your community. visit dav.org. tell you about a new medical website designed especially for older folks. website you say! i can't work on computers, they're not senior-friendly. blah, blah, blah. but the national institutes of health fixed all that. now you can make the type bigger, increase contrast, even make it talk to you. just go to nihseniorhealth.gov and get the best medical information available anywhere. nih seniorhealth.gov. built with you in mind. >> she is such a nice person, being
technology conceived and created nutcracker under the dome using the latest in mapping technology. it took three days of filming with 16sf ballet dancers to capture 16 hours of dance footage for the six-minute show. they clocked in over 1,000 hours of intricate post production and animation to transform the raw footage which was captured in slow motion at 90 frames per second. it's really special. it's one of those techy only in san francisco kind of shows. it's 3d but you don't need glasses. in person, it's cool. my video camera can't capture and relay the imagery that i was seeing. this imagine al experience plays every half hour starting at 5:00 p.m. nightly now through december 31st. it is a unique attraction to get you in the holiday spirit. and it's free. can't beat that. >> coming up after the break, jason will have your sports highlights, including today's big win for the niners. i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, m
technology to predict and prevent crime. it can see coming here, sale and smale. it will roll around a pre designated area and a lord of borders. >> it has a very large sensor. it gathers all the information from its environment. it used shot smarte= spotter and cameras. >> we take this data and provide it with a real-time analysis. we will look for any thing that might be suspicious. >> we take all this data and create a real time maps of where all of this may be at any alerts that may have been issued and we start looking at an analysis of the situation. >> if it is k five as a messenger. it has no weapons, it will not arrest people just catalog information to the >> it will be able to live screen does. not just the authorities but the community itself. this will give us an opportunity to effectively crowds for security. i do not care how dumb of a criminal your. if you see these run around, the likelihood is that your gourd to try to go into that area, good luck, combining all of this--the hard work, the software, all of this combined into a solution to fix the problem is energizing. >>
more soon and eventually they will have them all mapped out. this is possible by their new technology which takes the google street view camera off their cars and puts them on humans in backpack form. over the last year they have mapped out incredible places having their people literally walk them like world famous landmarks, museums, they've done highly desired travel destinations like venice italy riding the canals with their camera, it really feels like you're in venice if you go through their street view there. they also have street viewed remote areas like parks, volcanos, hiking trails, mountains, places that are really hard to get to. they even put their gear on a skier and street viewed the most popular ski runs in the country, and they have been under water, documenting some of the more popular areas to scuba dive. you can see where this is going in a few years once they have covered the entire earth you will literally be able to visit anywhere in the world from your computer or mobile device through google maps. that's pretty cool. gabe slate, kron4 news. >>> if you like to
's deadline for some railroads to start using an automatic slow-down technology. it's designed to prevent accidents caused by human error. it's not clear yet whether it would have made a difference in this case. >> catherine: a man died sunday outside the stadium of the kansas city chiefs.and police are trying to figure out how it happened. just after sunday's game against the broncos. >> catherine: police were called to the parking lot because of reports of a fight. a 30-year-old man was found lying on the ground.and he later died. officers say that a man and his son came back to their jeep after the game, and found the man inside - leading to the fight. >> catherine: but there's still a mystery - since the man who died did 'not' have obvious signs of trauma. three people were taken into custody and questioned - but at this point. officials say fan rivalry was not a factor. >> catherine: 9-1-1 calls from the sandy hook school shooting last december are going to be released on wednesday. >> catherine: the connecticut state attorney had fought to keep that from happening.arguingit will onl
but sunday we are very cold fried's likely to be issued. are looking to technology. to help them know their customers, as they walk in customer buying habits. just >> pam: the idea is to attract customers by habits just like amazon and other big online shopping sites already do. kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate met with one local, small business trying out a next. >> reporter: walking into a store it may recommend treats on their past purchases and offer discounts as well as special deals customize to the user. >> integrated intocako's point of sale. the consumer can come in and be greeted with a poke a message. incentives to try new products the fun part of shopping is discovery spirit so we believe will like to bring that back to the shopper. cako's known for their doughnuts and now they have doughnut muffins and cookies as well as more. we reward them every time they come back into the store. >> this app allows us to automate some of that process. the personalized experience of what we think they will like based on what they had purchased in the past. >> reporter: gabe slate kron
. tall 300 lb. robot built by nights " is packed with cutting edge technology to predict and prevent crime it can see, here feel and smell. it will grow around a pre designated area and alert authority's if something is fishy. >>: facial recognition software night-vision cameras. >>: we take that data and combined it with a real-time analysis of the social feet of that field fence area looking for anyone on the cost of esther graeme of flicker a u-2 and twitter to see if anything should be suspicious. we take all that data and then it creates a real crime time or hate to map of where all the night scope k five might've and then start looking at an overall analysis of the situation. >>: think of k five as a messenger. it has no weapons. it won't arrest people, but pass along the information to local authority's and others. and be able to live stream that to be able to see. . that gives us an opportunity to effectively crowd store's security. of that combining that and to a solution to fix a problem is energizing. science fiction and reality is looking to come next year. >>: cape slate
's creative technology studio conceived and created nutcracker under the dome using the latest in projection mapping technology. it took three days of filming with 16 san francisco ballet dancers to capture the footage for the show. the team then clocked in over 1,000 hours of intricate post production and animation to transform the wall footage that was captured in slow motion at 90 frames per second. it's really special. it's one of those techy only in san francisco shows. it's 3d but you don't need glasses. my video camera can't capture the image i was saying. it starts 5:00 p.m. nightly now through december 31st. it's a unique attraction to get you in the holiday spirit and it's free. can't beat that. gabe slate, kron 4 news. >> gets you in the mood. >>> this is a look at mount hamilton at 4300 feet. you see snow there on the slopes of the mountain. it is 33 degrees up there right now. we'll be right back. >> and we have an update for you on our top story this morning. the u.s. state department says tess welcoming north korea's decision to release a palo alto resident. newman was allowed
and eventually that will have them all mapped out. this is possible by technology which takes the view of the car and puts it on humans and backpack form. over the past years they have mapped out places having it walk them through. >> they have done a highly designed destinations like venice. it really feels like you are going through the strength you. they also have a remote area like parks and volcanoes. places that are really hard to get to. they've ever put this on a skier and street fuelled the possible ski runs. they documented some of the areas to scuba dive. you can see where this is going. you will literally be able to visit anywhere in the world from your computer or your mobile device through the maps. this is critical. gabe slate, kron 4 news. >> officials say norovirus may be the cause of a flu- like outbreak at a youth football tournament in las vegas. dozens of players, coaches and parents at tournament were sickened this weekend. health officials say the flu- like symptoms are consistent with cases of norovirus. which is mostly a food - or water-borne- illness. some of the teams t
-a-million dollars. the technology also saves airports from having to put paid security staff at the exit checkpoints. going. new this morning, increasing insurgent attacks in eastern afghanistan. today, a suicide truck bombing killed four police officers near kabul. officials say the truck bomb was extremely large and destroyed a police headquarters. more than a dozen other officers were injured in the blast, four are in critical condition this morning. the taliban is claiming responsibility for the attack. afghan insurgents have increased their attacks in the area as foreign forces continue to withdraw. * forisraeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu is under fire today on allegations he's been living an overly expensive lifestyle. in a document released by a civil liberties group, netanyahu reportedly spent more than 900-thousand dollars on flowers and candles in 2012. that includes 17-hundred dollars on scented candles and 23-thousand dollars on flower arrangements at his israelis have long accused the prime minister of leading a lavish lifestyle while failing to address the middle class' economic
technology it to connect with customers in an entirely new way. >> mobile app will greet you with a colored walk in the store. immediately the app will recommend treats on your past purchases and offer you discounts or special deals. mark, the company eight represent a tough >rep tells us more. >> this well be available in with this integration the consumer can come inside and be greeted they can also find their personalized recommendations to try new products. that would just enter their password and along the man. >> when you shop it is all about discovery. we are known for our cupcakes but today they have so much, muffins, cookies, and ice cream. really, but recognize what the customers like from the pass and we introduced them to new products. we even give them incentives and reward them when they come back then. >> this act allows us for the first time to be a part of this process. we offer customers a personalized tune based on what they have purchased in the past. the owner stated that when the app mom just the first people who download the three will get a free cup cake. >> gabe sla
technology could help solve the problem with cell phones in cars. >> she is san how did they know whether or not it was on. that is like saying i have a dvd player and it was not on. >> this does not want to be the first time this sum will fight the spread >> will take a break. >> coming up, i think what we see today is people behaving badly. [ female announcer ] for those who love sweets your season is here. let's just call it the baking time of year. you need special ingredients. you need the staples for homemade. you need safeway sugar for just a buck eighty-eight. and that magic thing that makes everyone want another only two ninety-nine for challenge butter. and when hands get messy, quite surely they'll say, yum! wow! yay! what a sweeter holiday. safeway. ingredients for life. aligned (male annoucer): now here is stanley roberts who found some people behaving badly. >> i have called it the great wall of sonoma and it was put into place because on any givin commute day you would 60 cars trying to make u-turns at the same time nats: ambiance dispite the no u-turn signs and the major c
that can detect when you have eaten too much? it is the next revolution in technology. we will tell you what else this device can do. >> new this morning, governor jerry brown's approval rating has reached a new high. and it comes at a good time as he is looking to get re-elected next year. the field poll released today finds that nearly six of 10 registered voters approve of his performance, up seven points since a similar survey in july. the poll also favors him over three potential republican rivals. brown was the choice of 52 percent of those surveyed. governor brown has not said if he will seek a fourth term. >> big software companies are betting the next big trend in personal computers will be of the wearable kind. microsoft research says it's started developing a smart bra. and it seems the device could really help women who are -- for instance -- on diets. researchers say the smart- bra would be embedded with physiological sensors. the sensors will monitor heart activity to keep track of emotions and to help combat overeating. at this point, the product is not slated to actually
for three years is reunited with its owner. we'll tell you what technology helped "dash" the cat return home. and an amber alert is in effect for a teen missing from washington. we'll tell you where authorities believe her abductor is headed. starting things off here in the weather center this morning. kron4's mike pelton is live in walnut creek where temperatures are below freezing. it is pretty chilly grid of 29 degrees as you can see on the sign behind me bridge we just got out of the truck and these conditions are very similar to what we saw yesterday. 29 degrees. not a lot of land or a lot of frost. a light dusting of frost on some of the cars which should not be a big issue for residents of terror in the east bay but we've seen these cold temperatures cause some inconvenience for people in the east. there was a water main break and martinez. some people have been caught off guard for some of the temperatures. we will speak with some residents to see how they are dealing with the cold weather and see if it's causing them in the issues this week. and what had to the north bay where we co
what technology helped dash return home. >> and amber alert is in affect for a teen who has been missing from washington. we will tell you were aboard is believed she is headed. ha let's start with the temperatures. what are you seeing right now. >>: temperatures have already bottomed out. we want to see them go further south. a winter weather advisory and dictated by the very light pink on your screen. above 2,500 ft. we could see two to 4 in. of snow. here in the bay area and we are talking a freeze warning for just about everyone. snow is expected for the higher elevations. the freeze morning expires by 9:00 this morning. in winter weather advisory goes on until 10:00 tomorrow. right now temperatures are in the '20s and '30s. it was the '50s as we head into the afternoon and rain that began today. i will walk you through that portion of the forecast. i will highlight york weekend ride home. >>: of west san carlos street shut down at all to manage boulevard. apparently this officer was sitting at a red traffic light when someone up slammed at-just slammed into the back of him a
with rob black. >>: blue tooth and tied into your phone for it in looks like a gps technology walk into an apple store. if you walk past the statue of roberto nacre and you will see that was the greatest mexican player little league of all time. the ramifications are pretty huge. on top of that apple has tried tunes, creed they know how much is spent a note your accounts. >>: so this works better than at 0 maps do. >>: we talk about mcdonald's. quite a warm up the stock up has had. as of late not doing well. >>: not loving it. what's interesting is there some in the trans. . he doesn't like their frozen or their sugary soda us. that have some heads for and what a small base salads wraps but nothing's really sticking. it is massively underperforming that's 7500. they're struggling to stay relevant with millennial. amylin else can change everything. >>: this is a genius to both. the stock price appreciation today along. i like the deal to say the least. >>: the s&p 55 will be pulling out of the high and mortgage business. is this going to be a problem argued that private lenders will
Search Results 0 to 22 of about 23

Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)